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Description: Quarter-length oval portrait of John Porter. He was born in Harrison County, Kentucky, on February 27, 1798, and came to Wisconsin in April of 1827.
Date: 1890 ca.
Description: A drawing depicts the city of Madison.
Date: 1874 before
Description: Wisconsin State Hospital for the Insane (Mendota Mental Health Institute) near Madison.
Date: 1873 ca.
Description: The William Thompson family on the porch roof of their substantial brick bracket style house with shutters and with latticework at its foundation. A girl o...
Date: 1870 ca.
Description: Dining room in the home of Timothy Brown II and Elizabeth Barnard Brown, 116 East Gorham Street. The house was built in 1863.
Description: Wisconsin State Capitol building.
Date: 1875 ca.
Description: Halle Steensland and his wife Sophia pose with their five children (left to right: Morten, Henry, Edward, Halbert and Helen) in front of their home in Mapl...
Date: 1897 ca.
Description: F.D. Eyerley sits with his wife and his daughter on the front stoop of their home on West Johnson Street. They are reading from a book. A small, wicker roc...
Description: Composite photograph of the Wisconsin Senate Clerks around a photograph of the Wisconsin State Capitol.
Description: William H. Seward, U.S. Senator from New York and Secretary of State, photographed by Fuller in Madison during a Presidential campaign stop in Madison in 1...
Date: 1895 ca.
Description: Exterior of building on the University of Wisconsin-Madison campus at 600 N. Park Street.
Description: Stereograph of a room in Ole Bull's Madison residence, where he lived after marrying Sara Chapman Thorp in 1870. The room is furnished with chairs, a table...
Date: 1894 ca.
Description: View of the Armory (Red Gym or Old Red) as seen from Mrs. Alden's on Frances Street, looking west toward Bascom Hill on the University of Wisconsin-Madison...
Description: View through open doorway, looking out towards Mrs. Lucius Fairchild and her granddaughter, Frances Bull, standing on a sidewalk. Original caption reads, "...
Description: Portrait of Andrew Dieringer, a member of the Wisconsin Assembly.
Description: Elevated view of Main Street from Pinckney Street. A sign on the top of the building reads: "Solders' Record Office."
Description: Engraving of the five-story tall mill erected at the outlet of the Yahara Creek by Leonard J. Farwell. This engraving appears in Statistics of Dane County,...
Description: Leonard J. Farwell (1819-1889), Madison businessman-promoter and Wisconsin's only Whig governor (1852-1854). When this salted paper portrait was taken, Fa...
Description: Madison's Pinckney Street, with the Capitol Park in the foreground and Farwell's octagon house and Lake Monona in the distance. This view has been various...
Description: View of people riding in a horse-drawn sleigh in front of the National Hotel in a snowstorm. The National Hotel was owned by Major E.B. Dean. It was origin...
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